Trophy whitetail deer like this one are part of the attraction for non-resident hunters visiting Sunset Country to hunt.
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A group of heifers meandered around the ring in front of buyers on Saturday during the fifth and final cattle sale of the year at the Stratton sales barn. The extra sale added on for this fall saw 698 head go through the auction ring for a total of $799,567.97.
Kamryn Sandelovich, left, Tori Toriseva, Greta Fedoruk, Grace Kowal, Ashlyn Beck, Jaida Norris, Star Martin, and Alacea Yerxa posed by the sign proclaiming the 2017 OFSAA cross-country championships, which were held Saturday in Petawawa.
A chickadee eating at one of Jeff Gustafson's bird feeders.
Two Sunset Country whitetail bucks crossed paths in front of Jeff Gustafson's trail camera.
Here's an image from Calder's film, “Keewaydah," which tells the Chanie Wenjack story from another point of view—that of a Métis woman who grew up in Fort Frances before moving to Toronto. Calder uses the time- and labour-intensive process of stop motion animation to bring her "actors” to life.
Fort Frances native Terril Calder was honoured to have her new short film, “Keewaydah (Let's Go Home),” premiere at the imagineNATIVE Film Festival in Toronto on Oct. 21.
The new Lake of the Woods Speedway hosted its first-ever event earlier this month. Work on the track is now 90 percent complete.
Jeff Gustafson held up a large northern pike caught earlier this fall by Erin Rody on Lake of the Woods.
Greta Fedoruk captured the gold medal in leading the Muskie junior high girls' contingent to a first-place finish during the annual Hial Pike cross-country competition in International Falls last Tuesday. Ashlyn Beck, Alexia Gate, Jaida Norris, and Emma Toriseva completed a top-five sweep for Fort High.